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Organic makes sense in clothing



OregonLive.com

For me, eating organic food has always been about not ingesting fertilizers and pesticides -- not so much about keeping harmful chemicals out of the environment. Reaching for an organic tomato instead of a regular one at the grocery, I'm just thinking, "This one is better for me." Maybe because the environment can be abstract at times, while my body is not.

12 Ways to a Green Christmas



The Vancouver Sun

It seems an increasing number of people are interested in a green holiday season. Numerous books are on the shelves, such as Green Christmas: How to Have a Joyous, Eco-Friendly Holiday Season and A Greener Christmas, if that's any indication. But it's tough to know what's green and what's "green washed," products that masquerade as environmentally friendly, but aren't really. It's an important time of the year to read labels, ask questions and do your research on products you're interested in purchasing.

Organic Meat



When you are deciding which meat to feed your family, it is important to organic livestock

Organic Breads and Grains



organic bread and grainsWhy It's Worth It:

Choosing organic breads and grains is a great way to reduce your exposure to toxic and synthetic pesticides, petroleum-based fertilizers, artificial flavors, colors, preservatives and GMOs.